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. No Drink at Llanfyllin Show.





WELSHPOOL BOJOUGH SESSIONS. I John Davies, Three Tuns-paseag, Welshpool, did not appear at the Welshpool Borugh Sessions on Tuesday to answer the charge braght against him by P.C. W. J. Parry with havirr been found drunk on licensed premises. The agistrates on the Bench were the Mayor (Alerman T. J. Evans), Messrs D. P. Owen, J. Pryc Jones, John Jones and D. Lloyd. P.C. Parry said that about {45 p.m. on November 1st he was on duty in Hip-street. He visited the Gullet Inn, and found dfendant in a back room in a very dronken endition. He ordered him outside and he went ip the street staggering. Fined 10s and costs, of'ourfceen days hard labour. A DISORDERLY FARBER. The same constable ckarged Twmal1 Evans, farmer, Glynog Farm, IDifod, with having been drunk and disorderly on the 21st November. P.C. Parry said that atout quarter to eleven he was on duty outside tie Town Hal, and there found defendant in a ve'y drunken coidition. He was shouting to everybody who went ?y and used disgraceful language. He had been timed out of the Town Hall because of his language. Fined 10s and costs. "PUT UP YOUR FISTS." David Williams, carter, Sergeantfs-tow, Welsh- pool, and Charles Wbte, painter, Gnilsfield, were oharged by P.C. Casewell with committing a breach of the peace )y fighting. Williams pleaded guilty and White said that he acted in self defeice. P.C. Casewell sail he saw both the defendants fighting in High-street, about 11-15 p.m. on Nov- ember 21st. He separated them and seat them home. The defendant White said he came to Welsh- pool to go to a play. After the pity he went to the Cross Keys to have a glass before going home. Whilst he was in the Inn, Williams quarrelled with somebody. When he came out Williams went down tha street and then came back and said 'j() him, If you can do anything put up your fists." He told him he was not going to fight, but Williams knocked him down and he had to hit tack in self defence. Htgh Llo d, agent to the Pearl Assurance Co., Welshpool, said he was at the Cress Keys and wher he came out Williams started to fight with While Williams struck first and tken White de- fended himself. Tte Bench decided to dismiss the case against White, and fined Williams 10s, and 10s costs. A fortnghf s time was allowed for payment. A NEW DEFINITION OF BON A-FIDE TRAVELLER. SicJard William Jones, Coedydinas Cottage, Welstpool, had two charges against him-that of being on licenced premises during prohibited hours ?n Sunday, November 20th, and at the same plnce ind time giving a false address. Defmdant pleaded guilty to the first charge, and not guilty to the second. P.S. Hughes said he visited the Dragon Inn, about 3-50 with P.C. Jones and found the defend- ant and another young man in the back kitchen sitting on a screen. He asked defendant where he slept that night and he replied At home." He asked him where his home was and he said at Berriew, in the village. From inquiries he found that defendant lived at Coedydinas Cottage, a mile from Welshpool. P.C. Jones corroborated. P.S. Hughes said the landlady told him in de- fendant's presence that defendant had told her he lived at Berriew. Defendant said he thought that if he came three miles he could drink. It was one-and-a-half miles from his house to the inn. and a mile-and-a-half btck—three miles. For being on licensed premises during pro- hibited hours defendant was fined 10s and 10s costs, and for giving a false address, 5s and 83 costs.

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